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Head of Business and Marketing at Credit Bank Pamela Mutembei says the bank seeks to provide affordable insurance opportunities amongst the children and guardians that not only protects the children’s savings but also creates basic needs that most middle class have neglected/FILE

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Credit Bank launches Sh1,000 personal accident cover

Head of Business and Marketing at Credit Bank Pamela Mutembei says the bank seeks to provide affordable insurance opportunities amongst the children and guardians that not only protects the children’s savings but also creates basic needs that most middle class have neglected/FILE

NAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 23 – Credit Bank Kenya has launched a campaign to support families to access a personal accident cover at only Sh1, 000 per family through their kiddy account.

Through this account the parent can access a personal accident insurance cover at only Sh1, 000 per annum

The amount covers up to four members of a family at no extra cost.

Head of Business and Marketing at Credit Bank Pamela Mutembei says the bank seeks to provide affordable insurance opportunities amongst the children and guardians that not only protects the children’s savings but also creates basic needs that most middle class have neglected.

The move comes even as securing medical insurance covers for families has become a hard task for parent especially those in blue collar jobs.

Credit bank through their bumble bee account is focused on significantly educating children and parents on opportunities that parents can leverage to including providing health benefits to the families who can barely afford health cover.

The bank is a privately owned financial institution incorporated in Kenya over 30 years ago providing affordable and personalized solutions across several market segments.

The Bank has 17 branches across the country with a strong focus on SMEs in Energy, Agriculture and Trade sectors.

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